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Putting the Consistency in the Inconsistency: The Importance of a Global Regulatory Framework

Deloitte’s 2018 Regulatory Outlook states that even with all of the regulatory discussions and progress toward regulatory transparency both in Europe and in the United States in 2018, the uncertainty from a global regulatory perspective will remain. The Outlook specifically points out that “[f]inancial services firms need to be prepared to deal with the challenges […]

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First SEC Open Meeting Post Chairman White

Focus on Data, Not Documents

The initial SEC open meeting for 2017, held on March 1, was no ordinary open meeting. At only two commissioners, the SEC is at less than half its full strength. The meeting was the first since Chairman Mary Jo White left the Commission. And it was the first open meeting under the pro-deregulation Trump administration. […]

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Is There a Trade-Off Between Customization and Scalability in Performance Production?

One thing is for sure, when it comes to scalability, less is always more. Doing less, but doing it right is what really improve the scale of your business. In the world of performance analytics, scalability isn’t just about improving the speed of calculation, it also means ensuring the accuracy and availability of results and […]

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The Public Disclosure of Private Fund Information

On October 16, the SEC issued its first Private Fund Statistics report, “a report that provides private fund industry statistics and trends, reflecting aggregated data reported by private fund advisers on Form ADV and Form PF.” The report provides more in-depth data than the brief and rather unsatisfying information the SEC publishes in its Private […]

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